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of murdering a british businessman. now to that formula one racing news. mercedes has signed lewis hamilton from mclaren to replace former champion michael schumacher. >> the 2008 f1 champion has signed a lucrative deal with mercedes. >> the racing future of the 43- year-old schumacher is uncertain. >> since his comeback, schumacher has not won a single race. in nearly three years, he has been on the podium only ones. even within the team, his rival has outperformed him. criticism of the 43-year-old's kraft has been mounting. he frequently makes mistakes. now, he is finished with mercedes. he got interested in car racing as a child on the go cart track his father operated back home -- on the go kart track his father operated. it was the beginning of an unprecedented career. he won seven world championships. now, lewis hamilton is set to replace himon team mercedes. hamilton is reported to it received a three-year contract with some 75 million euros. schumacher's racing future, on the other hand, is unclear. a spokesperson said on his behalf that joining any racing team is not currently a pr
hamilton. i tell people you don't have to reva "the world is flat" to understand what we need to do in a globally competitive world. you can read alexander hamilton's report on manufacturing, ten pages, and he makes almost the identical arguments. hamilton says in a world where we are competitive with other nations and other nations are sitting of industries, we need to make sure that we have fair trade. we need to make sure that we are providing incentives, economic incentives for new industries. substitute plan technology you could almost get the justification for the funding through hamilton's arguments. hamilton makes the argument we need infrastructure and roads to support manufacturers. he makes the argument that we need to write tax incentives and that we needed the right of work force that is educated. and even jefferson, people say jefferson was on the other side but jefferson comes around to the view that the government needs to support manufacturing. now, this becomes the american economic system and influences henry clay, influences abraham lincoln, and is the governing
always them a role for the government support of the industry when all the way back to alexander hamilton. i tell people you don't have to read the world is flat to understand what we have to do in the globally competitive world. you can read alexander hamilton's report ten pages and he makes the argument. hamilton says in the world where we are competitive with other nations and other nations are setting up the industry's, we need to make sure that we have fair trade and we need to make sure that we are providing incentives, economic incentives for the new industries and we can almost get the justification for funding that through the argument. hamilton makes the argument that we need infrastructure and we need the right tax incentives and the right of the work force that is educating. even jefferson. people say jefferson was on the inside but he comes around with the view that we need to support manufacturing. this becomes the american economic system it influences henry clay and abraham lincoln is the governing philosophy of america's rise in industrialization. herbert hoover when i go
. and it was either lafayette or hamilton, according to washington irving, who said, oh, no, no, no, we have to go, your excellency, we'll be late for breakfast with general arnold, and washington says, oh, i know, you young men are all in the love with mrs. arnold, and you can't wait to see her. and he offered them the go ahead, but they to bayed their commander -- obeyed their commander. and so with both notes headed lickety-split for both men, guess where the first note got to? >> all right. so it gets to the robinson house where the arnolds are staying. so benedict arnold reads the note and quickly goes upstairs and tells peggy. according to witnesses, you know, the very quick conversation, and then suddenly he's out the door, and he runs down to the waterside and orderlies his barge to -- orders his barge to go toward the british lines down the hudson. not toward west point. and that was a little weird, but he promised them all a bunch of rum if they got there fast. so they finally get to the british boat which is called the vulture. and later thomas paine said it was one vulture entering ano
hamilton. the up to the moment wild card >>> good evening. with one week to go in the regular season, every win is like gold for the a's. every victory gets them a little closer to the playoffs. they jumped on texas early and often tonight. how about some ice cream? yum. who cares about the game? the a's come out slugging. josh donaldson is up the middle. and hamilton and oops. two runs score and 4-0 athletics. and derrick norris drills it to center and here comes hamilton and he miss plays that one too. donaldson scores five. the texas starter was yanked in the first. the top of the second and chris carter and the a's with a new al record. 1,332 strikeouts this year and the previous mark was held by the 07 rays. steven drew singles home and 7-3a's. drew had four hits and six innings and allowed three runs. the a's win it 9-3 and remain half a game behind baltimore. they are three back of texas for the division lead. the giants are getting set for the post season and expected to announce tomorrow that cabrera will not be on their playoff roster. cabrera serving a suspension and the giants
the way back to alexander hamilton. i tell people you don't have to read the world is flat to understand what we need to do in the competitive world. you can read alexander hamilton's report on manufacturing. in makes almost the identical arguments. in a world where we are competitive with other nations and other nations setting up industries we need to make sure -- we need to make sure we are providing incentive for the personal economic incentives for new industries. and justification for funding through hamilton's argument. hamilton makes the argument we need infrastructure and road that support manufacturing and the argument that we need the right tax incentives and the right work force that is educated and even jefferson who was on the other side comes around to the view that the government needs to support manufacturing. this becomes the american economic system and influences abraham lincoln and is the governing philosophy of america's rise in industrialization. herbert hoover when i got to the commerce department wondered why would you name the commerce building after the preside
is buzzing with speculation that hamilton of team mclaren has received an offer from mercedes. >> if the rumors were weighing down on him, he did not show. he finished fast in mourning practices. hamilton finished first. he had problems with his foreign and close down third. >> a great f1 season. >> mor news at the top of the hour. q >>> cooperative competitors. russia's president meets with his chinese counterpart to talk about how their countries can both benefit from stronger ties. welcome to nhk world "newsline." vladimir putin is welcoming world leaders to russia's far east ahead of this weekend's apec summit. putin gave priority to china's president hu jintao by meeting with him first. the countries share a border
in cincinnati ohio, the chair of the hamilton county ohio democratic party, tim burt in cincinnati and the republican party chair from hamilton county unit and from columbus ohio is jim hughes, political correspondent for an esn tv comedy affiliate in that city. gentleman commencing a knack for being us. hamilton county, ohio has traditionally been a republican county. 196,822,004 a traditional public county. and he in 2000 when democratic feared barack obama winning by 25,000 votes for change. >> i'll tell you come a lot of republicans have moved out into surrounding counties, steve. one thing certain in this election, like past elections come in the southwestern of ohio will be pivotal. he's got to give that back and perform better in hamilton county than john mccain did four years ago. there is every expectation that will have been. i think a lot of ohio republicans have privately said they wished rob portman had been on the ticket. portman has a heavy presence and background in hamilton county in the southwestern corner of the state. it would've almost assured around the ticket
conversations] >> live coverage on this thursday morning. the hamilton project at the brookings institution will host a discussion on new approaches to improving america's education system. education professionals were present strategies to improve high school graduation rates. those rates, some successes and goes of charter schools. and promoted advance in technology improve k-12 education. education secretary arne duncan also expected to give closing remarks during the day. this is live coverage on c-span2. we expected to get underway shortly. [inaudible conversations] >> [inaudible conversations] >> [inaudible conversations] >> [inaudible conversations] >> [inaudible conversations] >> [inaudible conversations] >> [inaudible conversations] >> once again, we are live at the brookings institution here in the nation's capital as the hamilton project is hosting a discussion on new approaches to improving america's education system. it is expected to last until about 1:00. it will include education secretary arne duncan who will give closing remarks. it is expected to start in just a moment he
stay or will he go? the italian grand prix this weekend is buzzing with speculation that hamilton of team mclaren has received an offer from mercedes. >> if the rumors were weighing down on him, he did not show. he finished fast in mourning practices. hamilton finished first. he had problems with his foreign and close down third. >> a great f1 season. >> mor news at the top of the hour.
added pompeii as a vital stop on their grand tour. sir william hamilton, the british envoy, arrived in naples in 1764 and stayed for 25 years. hamilton combined his interests in ancient history with a passion for the accumulation of knowledge for its own sake. his studies of vesuvian lava and other volcanic debris and its impact on the geology of the bay led to published accounts of his findings. at the same time, painters created imaginative images of the cataclysmic eruption of 79 a.d., as well as contemporary views of the still active vesuvius, which erupted sporadically but less lethally throughout the 18th century. writers and intellectuals began to visit pompeii in search of the wellsprings of western european culture. german writer wolfgang von goethe visited pompeii in 1787. reader: "the rooms, passages and arcades are gaily painted. the frescoes are surrounded by amusing arabesques in admirable taste... though the city was destroyed, it still bears witness to an artistic instinct and a love of art shared by a whole people." narrator: touring herculaneum and pompeii in the m
, important series. look at that. josh hamilton single right under the glove of moss. it rolled all the way in to the wall. hamilton -- two runs score. the rangers lead early. the 4th inning, a's slice the deficit in half and chris carter evens it up. make itself into the bleachers, solo number, we have -- two, two now in the 4th inning. meantime, the game lasted about three hours. the talk, will go on forever. the reception that is, golden tate pushed off. to get the ball, first of all and it looked like md general i goes intercepted it as we all know by now it didn't go that way. touchdown seattle wins the game. here is some of the post game reaction. >> from my vantage point, the referee in the back i saw him wave his arms overhead which means he was calling the touch back. no idea how the other guy -- touchdown golden tate and -- reviewed it. >> sucks losing, even worse when it goes that way. >> absolutely. ridiculous. funniest thing i heard was that quarterback for seattle, first to throw a game winning interception. >> just all hands on it. >> says it. >> thank you mark. >> com
but it is that it terminated cpr. the base rate went under josh hamilton club and made a fortune nothing the a's weren't done he smashed a triple to center to tripple because hamilton takes a bad rap dolls and scores in the is that they buy spot in the first inning jerry parker goes six strong innings and gets the when the a's win 93 and now does three back in texas giants and diamondbacks third inning buster posed with a shot to left field installed on scores and that is busters 100 rbi this season of six strikeouts is that 191 the year that is a career high the giants have won six to nothing 16 wins now for big daddy kane. the former 49 errant cal bears signed with the raiders this afternoon i'm so glad you called. thank you. we're not in london, are we? no. why? apparently my debit card is. what? i know. don't worry, we have cancelled your old card. great. thank you. in addition to us monitoring your accounts for unusual activity, you could also set up free account alerts. okay. [ female announcer ] at wells fargo we're working around the clock to help protect your money and financial information. here's
but it was the rangers' pitchers to needed cpr tonight. a base hit under the glove of josh hamilton two runs were scored four to nothing days. and there were not done there. derek norris steps up with a triple to center on the trouble because pour hamilton misjudge the baseball. the a's put a base 5 spot in the first inning and that was plenty for the rookie starter. strikeout andrea when 110 k is in the a's win big nine to three. so the gap in the west is three games they play again tomorrow morning sell if oakland winds to have seven to play. it is going to be good stuff that in northgate grand i once dated their sister tracy. third inning buster posies basted dries and hundred rbi of the season the first giants since barry bonds in 2004 having 100 runs batted in in the season the giants win three to nothing and not kane has his 16th win with three sacks and three games the raiders are 31st out of 32 teams in the nfl and that is why he is headed back to the bay area. he made his first pro bowl last year with 10 sacks in new england before tearing his quadricep muscle. but is the healthy? i have a lot
in baltimore city, an accident on the east side, hamilton, bel air road. traveling baltimore, a crash in white marsh, pulaski highway. for those of you headed out to the northeast corridor of 95. white marsh, route 43. traffic moving along. the roads will be slick. a look at 695, parkville, traffic picking up, no delays traveling towards tow son. >>> how far would you go to get the prized parking spot? an edgewood woman went too far in a parking rage accident that what happened in white marsh. linda so is live now. >> reporter: the woman got upset over a parking spot and took matters in to her hands and ended up in jail and faces charges of first and second degree assault and bail set at $1 million, brandy aims of har park caught got in fight with a woman over a parking spot outside the staples store friday night. aims got back in to her car, hit the woman, and pinned her against another car. that's not all. an inno accident bystander a became he second target. when aims saw the person tripe to get a tag number and take pictures, she drove in to the victim and hit her as well. shoppers can't
as a world-class city with world-class art and culture. for more information, visit ♪ >> welcome to hamilton recreation and aquatics center. it is the only facility that has an integrated swimming pool and recreation center combined. we have to pools, the city's water slide, for little kids and those of you that are more daring and want to try the rockslide, we have a drop slide. >> exercises for everybody. hi have a great time. the ladies and guys that come, it is for the community and we really make it fun. people think it is only for those that play basketball or swim. >> i have been coming to the pool for a long time now. it is nice, they are sweet. >> in the aquatics center, they are very committed to combining for people in san francisco. and also ensuring that they have public safety. >> there are a lot of different personalities that come through here and it makes it very exciting all the time. they, their family or teach their kids have a swim. >> of the gem is fantastic, there is an incredible program going on there, both of my girls have learned to swim there. it is a fantastic pl
hamilton. alas, he is typical. he worked for acorn and for indian. they s ad ou. he wash nostat for blocking progress life and pro decency law. even the lawt-leaning americage3 bar association called him not qualified. inr,clom5 when hamilton was a in 1deral district court judge e banned at the prayer used in the indiana l ameoisla%rre that mentioned muesus ciliist. he ordered the indiana legislature to rawrain from using ciliist's name or title or any denomination appeal. however, at the same time hami nduon s ilea it is permissbamale for the legislature to use the word allah. fortunately that decision was d ther%roused. however, president obama then promoted dhen id hamilton to a liin 1time muudgeship on the ua. court of appeals for the seventh circtlt. in 1deral muudge michael r. dane is another aclu type judicial appointments made by president obama. he must take the cpeae for havig the most extraordinary exalted notion of his ostat pteser. suggested in court, the ten commandments, center down to six amendmenel in oe fer to mpeae e posting of the commandments legal under th
. and republican share alex triantafilou from hamilton county. also the political correspondent from cbs-tv. let me begin with you. hamilton county, ohio, has traditionally been a republican county. 1968 until 2004, a traditional republican county. in 2008, it went democratic. what changed? >> a lot of republicans had moved out of hamilton county into the surrounding counties. one thing that is certain in this election, like past elections, the southwestern corner of ohio will be pivotal for mitt romney. he has got to get that back and perform better in hamilton county then john mccain did four years ago. there is every expectation that will happen. i think a lot of ohio republicans will privately admit that they wish that rob portman had been on the ticket. he has a heavy presence and background in hamilton county and the southwestern corner of the state. it would have almost assured that it would be very successful there. it may have given a shot of enthusiasm in republican activists that would not be measured by polls. i know the polls were showing portman has marginal help in ohio, but i do not
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street and monument street. hamilton avenue, word of a crash near bel air road. another wrapping up in the white marsh area. main street in hanover, watch for an accident location. here's a quick, live look at traffic. no delays on 95. looking good north and southbound on 32. we're seeing a buildup of volume down towards the west side. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> good morning. the further we go into the day, the better the chance of heavy rain catching up to us. maybe some sprinkles and drizzle to start the day. showers and thunderstorms become likely late in the day. some of the rain will be heavy with a high temperature near 79. now the man with the good news this morning. here's pete gilbert. >> good morning. great night for the orioles. a constable win -- a comfortable win. nate mclouth , 0-2 pitch. the orioles up 1-0. adam jones drove in this one. that was hit hard. 4-0. matt wieters -- mark reynolds. matt wieters had a home run. the orioles are a half-game behind the yankees. 10-4 was the final. the ravens have the lead with under five minutes to play. you have
memoir. she talks openly about her famous ex-husbands george hamilton and rod stewart and losing her best friend farrah fawcett. we'll talk with her in our next hour. >>> but first, lester, you've been on the ground now for a week. what is your sense that the troops -- or what are they telling you? what have you seen? >> i've had a pretty exciting several days, managed to get on the battlefield several days in a row. talked to the troops who still remain confident in their mission of training the afghan troops to take over and looking forward to a 2014 withdrawal. we're at the joint command for the international security assistance force, better known as isaf. this is in effect the international headquarters for the war. the choppers behind me are part of a turkish aviation contingent. i can tell you the folks standing over here, they're 100% american. some of the troops who have been proud to join us here this morning. we're proud to have them here. we're going to let them say hi to the folks at home. we'll say hi to a few of them coming up a little later on. 11 years of war, about to st
possible to help you. his successor was tom hamilton, and some of you diehard football fans will recognize him as navy's winning football coach from before the war. and tom hamilton had been chosen by the head of the navy's bureau of aeronautics to oversee the implementation of the physical training regimen for budding naval aviators. so tom hamilton had a solid background before he ever came aboard the ship. i mentioned some of the chief petty officers, and can there's one in particular -- and there's one in particular who, sadly, i did not get to know. he passed away several years ago, but his name on the ship's roster is b.h.beams. to this day, nobody knows what b.h. stands for as far as his given name, but he was such a big, brawny character because it was said that b.h. stood for bulkhead because he was as big as a wall. [laughter] now, bulk head beams' primary job was master at arms and, basically, that's the chief of police. he's in charge of the security and the shore patrol. and on one occasion in 1944, he walked into the captain's office which is up in the island, the captain was
that was impermissible. hamilton thought it was a permissible, indirect tax. the issue made it to the supreme court, and the supreme court sided with hamilton, but the problem is, as the chief justice's own analysis makes it clear, this is not a tax on buying health insurance, it is a tax on not having health insurance. the analogy is not a tax on having a carriage, it is a tax on not having a carriage, and it is hard to see how the framers would have thought those were the same thing. if court's analysis, they say the reason the tax on a carriage is not a direct tax on you as an individual is because it is effectively a tax on purchasing a carriage, but that same reason is indeed a direct tax that operates directly on the individual i promise you six issues. i've only gone to four so far. -- individual. i promise to six issues and i'm only gone to four, so that me get to the spending power issue. by a 7-2 majority, the supreme court put a limit on the spending power of congress, and, indeed, struck down part of the affordable care act as unconstitutional, because it impermissibly call worst the st
come back. even though the woman was inside shopping. hamilton not make a mistake. stunt often to those ft with a chronic problem of students using its what did >>> i was in the mo. besides this picture for the mall. i've never sees that i was in the mall that they that the time decided to tell her >>> the new york times says restaurants are catching up with the rest of the hospitality industry when it comes to a veritable busing. taken on the disk and get discounts for offbeat dunning. in some cases you that means he may have to have dinner after 11:00 that night. >>> severance is closer lee has a show of luxury landmarks. >>> soon that may include a little. an annual contest by baffin supply company has one of the top-10 finalist in the sunset francisco. they have hand-painted wallpaper and some light fixtures and even some customers. >>> the winner will be selected but online voting. it is coming up a san jose firefighter is a week after a heart attack. who spoke to and what he said after >>> an instant hit rock these issues are political. their personal. >>> list and michelle obama
was investigating a possible copper theft on hamilton drive, one man resisted arrest. the officer fell and apparently hit his head. both suspects in this case have been arrested. >> and coming up being in charge doesn't necessarily bring on more stress. >> we'll have that and taking a look at how american airlines pilots are creating travel trouble. and one city has gone unscathed by this. >> there is a big warming trend coming up, i'll tell you about it coming up. >> there are lessons to be learned from a school district that just got a big boost by turning around test scores. >>> a ruptured water main is now patched up. it wurs the this morning and crews shut off the water in the area and it is now back on. >> and uc berkeley seismologists will be testifying this week urging the government to build and pay for an early earthquake warning system. and there is bart also using this system. >> that is right. bart just launched a system and it became the first train system in this country to incorporate an early earthquake warning system. there is a siren giving a minute's warning, enough
are watching wbal-tv 11 news with rob daniels and donna hamilton, chief meteorologist tom tasselmyer, and sky team 11 covering breaking news. covering breaking news. >> maryland has a new labor secretary tonight. leonard howie will leave the department. he has worked at the state department of human resources. before that, he was the labor department deputy secretary. he will take his new position october 8. >> a heavy hitter in the arts world is pledging support to baltimore city schools. the kennedy center is bringing its any given job program to baltimore. partnerships do exist between our organizations and various schools, but the program would make sure that resources are distributed efficiently. >> the idea is due to a survey, look for the gaps, and is there a better way to provide equity to those arts education resources so every child in the community can have our as part of their education? >> and the kennedy center will fill in some of those existing gaps. baltimore is the ninth city to be lucky enough to be selected for the program. >> rain is on the way. if you have to do things o
.com 11 news at 6:00 p.m. with rob daniels and donna hamilton, your insta-weatherplus forecast with tom tasselmyer. 11 sports director gerry sandusky. wbal tv 11 news >> summer vacation is over for lawmakers. >> lawmakers will be in session for the next week or two which means there's little time to get things done. the house and senate were back in order. returning to work after a five- week recess but there was no break in party politics. >> this does not work with medicare or with this tax plan. >> the focus is that governor romney will return us to the same failed policies. >> expect more of the same. >> this week will see a lot of political rhetoric on the house and senate floors, try to make the case that their party has the better plan for the economy, for jobs and france, for what ever. anything to give them the edge. >> what about action? >> the big issue of its funding the government beyond september 30. how are college graduates beginning to pay this off? we go after the biggest private lung company around. -- funding company around. >> she just did not know it would come cal
.m. with rod daniels and don hamilton, your forecast with tom tasselmyer, and sports with gerry sandusky. oó >> the baltimore ravens kick off the season in six days but today biggest are spent the day on the community. ray rice gave away free tickets to monday's home opener. they also got a sign football and had their picture taken. >> the other ray spent the day with some students. he handed out 200 backpacks to students in west baltimore. they say they enjoy giving back to the community. >> it is great to give somebody a ticket to the game. obviously, me being a partner with them, they get to see me. you know what, it was great. they get to see me in my normal attire because monday night that will be a different person. >> just to make them smile, the bottom line. >> the ravens opened the season against cincinnati on monday night. >> now your insta-weather plus forecast with tom tasselmyer. >> open we can get rid of some of this timidity by the time football starts off on monday. right now we are in the medical of a tropical mass that is generating an occasional tropical thundershower. har
. there are already protests in downtown charlotte. steve hamilton has a look at the action. >> we are in charlotte, home of this year's national convention. north carolina is a critical battleground in the race for the white house, along with other states like colorado, ohio, and florida. arriving in charlotte for the democratic convention, delegates from florida who -- hope this week boosts their efforts in the battleground states. >> it will be down to the wire. what is nice about the convention is it ramps everybody a. >> it has become kind of an obama-fest. >> college students are in town grateful he kept rates low on still lows. >> we're in this together. >> president obama is crossing battleground states on his way to charlotte. today, colorado talking about his gm and chrysler bailout. >> i bet on american workers and manufacturers. today, the u.s. auto industry has come back. >> he defended obamacare. >> i do not know what the other side is proposing. i guess you could call it romney does not care. >> joe biden was mocking mitt romney and paul ryan. >> these guys say the president is out o
in hamilton northeast baltimore and some of the facilities neighbors are not seeing eye to eye. >> this has not been done by a long -- fun by a long shot. it has been a struggle. if i could have walked away, i would have walked away. >> homeowners are standing their ground. they have complaints of large crowds and loud noise. >> parking is horrendous. if you do not get home within a specific time, you do not have a place to park. >> visions owner linda brown says she has tried to work with the community. she asks patrons to exit quietly and leave the neighborhood immediately after an event. i asked them, what do you want? what do you want? >> the dispute started in 2010. in december of that year after an event had ended, somebody began shooting outside the banquet hall. a 25-year-old man was killed. questions arose about the halls licenses, permits and the groups being allowed to rent the facility. this councilman is offering conditions that call for the banquet hall to close at 10:00 p.m. sunday-thursday and 1:00 a.m. friday and saturday. maximum capacity will be set at two hundred. a long
on c-span at 2:00 p.m. eastern. host: the chair of the hamilton county, ohio, democratic party, tim. in cincinnati. and the republican party chair, alexander, from hamilton county. and from columbus, ohio, is jim, the political correspondent for wbnf-tv, the cbs affiliate in that city. gentlemen, thank you very much for being with us. jim heath, let me begin with you. hamilton county, ohio, has traditionally been a republican county, 1968 through 2004, a traditional republican county. in 2008 it went democratic. barack obama winning by 29,000 votes. what changed? >> well, a lot of republicans moved out of hamilton county into surrounding counties, steve, but there's one thing for certain in this election like past elections, the southwestern corner of ohio will be pivotal for mitt romney. he's got to get that back. he's got to perform better in hamilton county than john mccain did four years ago and there's every expectation that will happen. i think that a lot of ohio republicans will privately admit that they wish that rob had been on the ticket. portman has a heavy presence and b
a fÓrmula 1. >> el checo pÉrez realizÓ un corre ron quedÓ en segundo lugar. >> louewis hamilton liderÓ desd el inicio para conoce gir su primera victoria. >> el checo pÉrez comenzÓ el lugar 12 terminÓ segundo lugar tras hamilton. >> han terminado los juegos paralÍmpicos en londres el medallero general tiene a china en la cabeza. >> 231 medallas totales. >> estados unidos se ubicÓ en el sexto puesto. >> y mÉxico en el nÚmero 23. >> de reconocer la labor de todas las delegaciones que han participado cuando conocen las historias personales de los atletas les da mÁs valor a lo que hacen. >> son impresionantes. >> todas extraordinarios. >> gracias alejandro. >> el robot curiosity estÁ dejando su huella en el planeta rojo. >> si mira de cerca esta fotografÍa puede ver las huellas im presas en el polvo a medida que se mueve a travÉs de marte. >> una cÁmara transmitiÓ las huellas en suelo marciano el 4 de septiembre. >> los que vamos a favor mover hoy son a concursantes de "mira quiÉn baila". >> no, hoy los miramos y vamos seleccionando. >> asÍ llegamos al final con las noticias mÁs
. oh, yeah! who cares. a's dame out slugging. josh donaldson, hamilton overruns. derek norris drills a line to hamilton and missed this one also. donaldson and norris, check the starter yanked in the first, chris carter strikes out. a's with 1332 strikeouts this season breaking the previous mark that was held by the rays. steven drew had four hits, parker struck out 8. a's win 9-3. they are two 1/2 up on the wildcard spot. >> giants are expected to announce that melky carrara will not be on the roster. giants hosting a d'backs a proposal and she said, yes. buster posey, pagan, hundredth r.b.i. of the season. matted cane had a solid. struck out 6. bases load. marco scutaro, singles to left. 4-0 giants and right now, 5-0 g-men in the eighth. >> thursday night football and tomorrow night at washington, stanford ran wild in 65-21 blowout. huskies, 2-1 and have a talented quarterback in keith price. >> we're not to underestimate this team. they have a monstrous tight end, big physical guy that makes a bunch of big plays. it will be loud and crazy. we have to be ready for the environment,
breaking, you are watching wbal-tv 11 news at 5:00 p.m. with stan stovall and donna hamilton, your insta-weather plus forecast with tom tasselmyer and sky team 11 covering breaking news where you [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] >> tonight baltimore city police are investigating another one and we can. the latest shootings occurred just before 2:00 this morning, one along stratford road near north charles street, and the other at a bar in southeast baltimore. the gunmen remain at large. police are also investigating shots at a basketball court around 9:30 last night keeping the victim in this case, also mail, being treated at a local hospital -- also male, being treated at a local hospital for wounds to the test. in all these cases, police have yet to name any suspects. >> in tonight's medical alert, 7 -- that is the number of people confirm to the died at the national institutes of health from the deadly super bug infection. they are taking serious action to keep the bug called kpc from spreading further. they are insisting that all hygiene protocols be followed
of the rainfall midnight. emmet's burke, 1.2. frederick, 0.89. hamilton, virginia, about 1/2 inch. a quarter of an inch in leesburg. the '70s pretty everywhere across our region. to mid 70's. in the air keeps temperatures much overnight. a good amount of cloud cover overhead. you see the rain showers that moved through overnight around midnight with a few embedded downpours. we will see a few more embedded downpours later on today. not all they washout. we will see a little sunshine if. when it does rain in has the becoming very heavy. look at some predicted totals for one of our latest computer models. this is between now and midnight. our computer indicates up to an r more in parts of , culpeper, and ies.uier count less than 1/4 inch close to d.c. on where the heavy rain showers occur. we will update around 6:00. 88 degrees today for the high temperature. 90 tomorrow, will 90's by thursday. chance of rain with the exception of friday. here's how the commute looks. >> a report on 395. this seminary road near king street there was an accident blocking the lanes. unusual delay. .outhbound 395
vigil to >> live, local, late breaking. wbal tv 11 news at 5:00 p.m. with donna hamilton, your forecast with tom tasselmyer, and sky team 11 covering breaking news where you live. wbal tv 11 news at 5:00 p.m. continues now. >> a woman gunned down during the weekend is being remembered tonight. larella amos was in the front yard of a house party early saturday morning when she was shot and killed. >> she was in the wrong place at the wrong time. her family and friends are gathering and asking to remember her. children do has -- sheldon dutes joins us with the details. >> she graduated in 2008 and this is worth 200 people are expected to gather for a candlelight vigil to celebrate her life and to comfort each other. we have learned a lot about this woman. the 22-year-old was engaged to be married. the phone and she says that she was loved by those who knew her. her death this senseless and she was not the intended target of the bullet that hit her. she was walking home from a family get together around 2:00 a.m. sunday morning when gunshots were fired nearby. >> i know to this day unless
said he saw him do it. hamilton's credibility has been called into question. who can we believe in we'll ask hamilton when he joins us for a live interview. >>> a little later on, the church of scientology is lashing out against sources from the "vanity fair" article. we'll talk to the writer of that article which claimed the church auditioned potential wives for tom cruise. >> a lot to get to. we'll begin with the first lady's speech at the democratic national convention. chuck todd, nbc political director, chief white house correspondent. chuck, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. the first night got off to a rousing start. culminating with michelle obama, the most popular figure in the democratic party, had a hold in a way no one could do in tampa. a sharp contrast in the way they structured their convention and enthusiasm. making the case for re-election, michelle obama mixed the personal and professional in a speech designed to address her husband's biggest vulnerabilities with democrats. >> change is hard, it's slow and never happens all at once. >> reporte
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